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Q.Tomato Tops Curling Down

Zone London UK | Anonymous added on June 15, 2021 | Answered

Hi, I’m growing a number of different tomato varieties in my small garden. Practically all of them have started curling downwards at the top into a bunch as per the photos. I had just punched out the side shoots from them the other day. Would this have something to do with it? I am watering every other day and giving them a tomato feed once or twice a week but am I watering too much or not enough? Are the still going to produce tomatoes ok? Anything I can do? Thanks!

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Answered on June 27, 2021

That sounds like too much fertilizer for one thing. Here is info on how to water. Curling leaves means the plant is stressed due to environmental issues or a virus. These articles should help:



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